Charley’s Friday Spotlight Features Megan Mullins [VIDEO]
At age eighteen, Megan Mullins made her debut on the country music scene with the single "Ain't What It Used to Be," a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Her debut album was originally slated for release in 2006 but was never released.
Megan began to learn several instruments at an early age, and by age three, she had won the Indiana State Fair Showmanship award at the State Fiddle Championship. Many of her family members are also professional musicians, most notably her brother Marcus, with whom she performed on the Grand Ole Opry at the ripe old age of 14.
Although her debut album has not been released, Mullins has remained on Broken Bow's roster. In 2008, Mullins recorded a duet with former Alabama's Randy Owen for his solo debut album One on One.
Megan Mullins also plays fiddle in Owen's road band.